§ 121:535. Form: Petition by shareholder for judicial dissolution in case of deadlock among directors or shareholders—Directors so divided with respect to management of corporation's affairs that votes required for action by board cannot be obtained; shareholders so divided that votes required for election of directors cannot be obtained; internal dissension among two factions of shareholders who are so divided that dissolution would be beneficial to shareholders—With appointment of receiver | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 121:535. Form: Petition by shareholder for judicial dissolution in case of deadlock among directors or shareholders—Directors so divided with respect to management of corporation's affairs that votes required for action by board cannot be obtained; shareholders so divided that votes required for election of directors cannot be obtained; internal dissension among two factions of shareholders who are so divided that dissolution would be beneficial to shareholders—With appointment of receiver | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Chapter 121. Actions and Proceedings by and Against Corporations, Their Officers, Directors, and Shareholders
Tracy Bateman, J.D.; Tammy E. Hinshaw, J.D.; Mark T. Roohk, J.D.; Thomas Smith, J.D.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; Brenda Williamson, J.D.; Theodore Wyman, J.D.; and Lisa A. Zakolski, J.D.
III. Particular Actions and Proceedings
M. Termination of Corporate Existence; Dissolution; Annulment and Forfeiture
3. Judicial or Involuntary Dissolution
a. Business Corporations and Not-for-Profit Corporations
(2) Particular Actions or Petitions for Judicial Dissolution
(d) Shareholders' Petition for Judicial Dissolution in Case of Deadlock Among Directors or Shareholders
§ 121:535. Form: Petition by shareholder for judicial dissolution in case of deadlock among directors or shareholders—Directors so divided with respect to management of corporation's affairs that votes required for action by board cannot be obtained; shareholders so divided that votes required for election of directors cannot be obtained; internal dissension among two factions of shareholders who are so divided that dissolution would be beneficial to shareholders—With appointment of receiver
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